From the monthly archives:

March 2013

An extra provision into HR 933—a bill necessary for government to continue to flow financially—overrode judicial authority and allows Monsanto and other GMO producers to make, sell, and plant GM foods regardless of consequence. That means if it turns out that GM food is bad for us, causes disease, harms the environment, or whatever other […]

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Hep C treatments make regular news—they come and they go. A promising trial, a novel method of treatment: one day a Hep C treatment will make headlines as the Next Big Thing, but a week or a month or more will reveal side-effects or other problem that makes it an impracticality (and for side-effects to […]

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A number of drugs are no longer available, and more are taken off the market regularly. Why? There’s a number of problems. The FDA over-regulates drug production, requiring strict scheduling in advance—this prevents supply and demand manufacturing, and can delay it for months. Generics aren’t as valuable to produce, so many companies are no longer offering […]

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Many people have theorized it, but now a well organized study has strengthened the link between infection and dementia. Ongoing viral infection had an especially high correlation with dementia symptoms. Common infections (like cold sores and the stomach dwelling H. Pylori) were found to have particularly strong correlations with dementia symptoms. Dementia is not technically […]

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Ionic Silver More Toxic

March 25, 2013

When studying the effects of “colloidal silver”, many researchers actually use ionic silver because it is easier to make and cheap, but it’s not the same as true colloidal silver, which is made up of non-ionized nanoparticles. Ionic silver is toxic, as it accumulates in cells more easily and quickly forms up to become different […]

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